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    Quote Originally Posted by karlie View Post
    Hi guys!
    I was just wondering if anyone knows the/ or where I can find the payments details to Sheridan? To pay the portfolio fee? I'm an international student so I'm going to have to transfer the money to them, I've sent them an email but I'm a little anxious about the deadline coming up and the money not getting there in time!
    Thanks!
    I'd call the admissions office, they should have that information.

    Quote Originally Posted by SoSaucy View Post
    I am mailing in my portfolio so does the portfolio submissions sheet have to be taped to the front of the portfolio or do I put it in the first page of the portfolio? They tell the people who are bringing it in person that they should place the sheet on the outside of the portfolio but they don't give instructions where to put the sheet for the people who have to mail it.
    Stick it on the front of the portfolio just to be safe.


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    Hi guyss
    I've been on and off this thread for the past few months, just looking at how people have been progressing~
    If you're mailing in your portfolio, we have less than two weeks left! sdhjfks

    i think i might post some photos later on showing some stuff I've done

    I was wondering, for the hands, do you guys think it'll be fine if i show a hand squeezing an object? like a tube of toothpaste? As long as i show construction underneath?

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    As long as the two hand poses are dynamic and different somewhat, I think they'll love it! I don't think I've seen anyone draw a hand squeezing toothpaste so go for it!

    And thank you Piedram, I will just tape it
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    Hi guys I'm new your couple room, drawing works is meaningful. Everybody should love your paintings.

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    What happened to the thread? Looks like the site went down for a bit and now it's deleted the last few posts, strange...

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    Hi guys, I'm actually applying for animation next year (still got one more year of high school), but I'll be lurking anyway. Good luck everyone!

    From all the threads I've checked, it seems like the last 2 weeks of posts have been wiped. They posted on the facebook group that they lost some data from the site maintenance, but at least they said they're trying to ensure this won't happen again.

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    Hi guys!
    Animation portfolio deadline is near! I'm getting so stressed ´ -`;;
    It was a huge mistake to procrastinate my portfolio till now........
    Hope you guys didn't make the same mistake ;;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mixolo View Post
    Hi guys!
    Animation portfolio deadline is near! I'm getting so stressed ´ -`;;
    It was a huge mistake to procrastinate my portfolio till now........
    Hope you guys didn't make the same mistake ;;
    I'm sure you'll be fine Mixolo! I've seen your stuff floating around tumblr and it's really good.

    Good luck everyone~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mixolo View Post
    Hi guys!
    Animation portfolio deadline is near!
    Good luck Mixolo, when is the hand in date for Canadians?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chownyp View Post
    Good luck Mixolo, when is the hand in date for Canadians?
    People who are able to do the portfolio drop off are doing it this week. As of next week, it's the waiting game for everybody haha

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    I thought the deadline was Feb. 20th?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoSaucy View Post
    I thought the deadline was Feb. 20th?
    Feb 20th is the mail in due date. Anyone 80km from the school brings it in this week.

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    Hello again 2015 Sheridan Animation Hopefuls!

    Now that the in-person portfolio due dates are happening and everyone is completing their portfolios once and for all, I wanted to say a few closing remarks. First of all, congratulations to everyone who has put in the many many hours of hard work to prepare a portfolio for this years review. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Applying to a school such a Sheridan is not an easy task as many of you have most likely realized. And for some of you (myself included) this will be your second (or even third time) applying to the program. But whether this is your first, second or even third time applying, I wish you the best of luck and hope all of your efforts will be realized!

    The reality is, however, that there are only 125 seats in Sheridan's Bachelor of Animation program for students living in Canada, and only 25 seats reserved for international students making the grand total of 150 seats. I'm sure almost all of you are aware of this by now, but out of the 1000+ applicants, not many manage to snag a spot. But here's what I want everyone to know: whether you get into Sheridan or not does not determine your worth as an artist. You yourself make that decision. So even if the Sheridan gods do not shine upon you, know that it isn't the end of the world. We are still artists. And nothing can take that title away from us. We will continue making art that means something to us because that's all we know. We're artist's after all--we live to create. So in the words of Steve Jobs, "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish."

    And thanks so much to everyone who took the time to give their advice and post their works to this thread! Your contribution will literally be looked upon by future hopefuls in the many years to come. Now let's keep our heads held high as we eagerly await the results we've been dying to hear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokoPoko View Post
    Hello again 2015 Sheridan Animation Hopefuls!

    Now that the in-person portfolio due dates are happening and everyone is completing their portfolios once and for all, I wanted to say a few closing remarks. First of all, congratulations to everyone who has put in the many many hours of hard work to prepare a portfolio for this years review. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Applying to a school such a Sheridan is not an easy task as many of you have most likely realized. And for some of you (myself included) this will be your second (or even third time) applying to the program. But whether this is your first, second or even third time applying, I wish you the best of luck and hope all of your efforts will be realized!

    The reality is, however, that there are only 125 seats in Sheridan's Bachelor of Animation program for students living in Canada, and only 25 seats reserved for international students making the grand total of 150 seats. I'm sure almost all of you are aware of this by now, but out of the 1000+ applicants, not many manage to snag a spot. But here's what I want everyone to know: whether you get into Sheridan or not does not determine your worth as an artist. You yourself make that decision. So even if the Sheridan gods do not shine upon you, know that it isn't the end of the world. We are still artists. And nothing can take that title away from us. We will continue making art that means something to us because that's all we know. We're artist's after all--we live to create. So in the words of Steve Jobs, "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish."

    And thanks so much to everyone who took the time to give their advice and post their works to this thread! Your contribution will literally be looked upon by future hopefuls in the many years to come. Now let's keep our heads held high as we eagerly await the results we've been dying to hear!

    Well said Pokopoko!

    Don't stop doing what you're doing, regardless of outcome at Sheridan ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokoPoko View Post
    Hello again 2015 Sheridan Animation Hopefuls!

    Now that the in-person portfolio due dates are happening and everyone is completing their portfolios once and for all, I wanted to say a few closing remarks. First of all, congratulations to everyone who has put in the many many hours of hard work to prepare a portfolio for this years review. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Applying to a school such a Sheridan is not an easy task as many of you have most likely realized. And for some of you (myself included) this will be your second (or even third time) applying to the program. But whether this is your first, second or even third time applying, I wish you the best of luck and hope all of your efforts will be realized!

    The reality is, however, that there are only 125 seats in Sheridan's Bachelor of Animation program for students living in Canada, and only 25 seats reserved for international students making the grand total of 150 seats. I'm sure almost all of you are aware of this by now, but out of the 1000+ applicants, not many manage to snag a spot. But here's what I want everyone to know: whether you get into Sheridan or not does not determine your worth as an artist. You yourself make that decision. So even if the Sheridan gods do not shine upon you, know that it isn't the end of the world. We are still artists. And nothing can take that title away from us. We will continue making art that means something to us because that's all we know. We're artist's after all--we live to create. So in the words of Steve Jobs, "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish."

    And thanks so much to everyone who took the time to give their advice and post their works to this thread! Your contribution will literally be looked upon by future hopefuls in the many years to come. Now let's keep our heads held high as we eagerly await the results we've been dying to hear!
    Thanks for all your help Pokopoko, and thanks for making this thread! Is there an official link somewhere that says that there are only 25 spaces for international students? I don't doubt that it's true, but I'm just curious to see how people know, and how Sheridan presents that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prollygon View Post
    Is there an official link somewhere that says that there are only 25 spaces for international students? I don't doubt that it's true, but I'm just curious to see how people know, and how Sheridan presents that fact.
    I was wondering about this as well. Does that mean it's harder to get an international place? Say an international student had a higher score than a Canadian but not higher than 25 other international students would they not get in? That would seem a bit unfair to me but hey, if that's how they do it then so be it, just gotta hope I'm in that 25!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prollygon View Post
    Thanks for all your help Pokopoko, and thanks for making this thread! Is there an official link somewhere that says that there are only 25 spaces for international students? I don't doubt that it's true, but I'm just curious to see how people know, and how Sheridan presents that fact.
    Quote Originally Posted by chownyp View Post
    I was wondering about this as well. Does that mean it's harder to get an international place? Say an international student had a higher score than a Canadian but not higher than 25 other international students would they not get in? That would seem a bit unfair to me but hey, if that's how they do it then so be it, just gotta hope I'm in that 25!
    Hello prollygon and chownyp,

    The question was asked on the Sheridan Ritual Sacrifice Tumblr page a few months ago (7th question down):

    http://sheridanritualsacrifice.tumbl...nal+applicants

    Technically there is no official link I can reference to at this moment, however, since the students who run the Tumblr Ask are Sheridan animation students themselves, it is safe to assume their word is reliable.

    Also, I do vaguely remember the topic of seats coming up with those specific numbers at last years info session at the college. In addition, it seems to be generally accepted even at the APW that these numbers are nearly, if not certainly true.

    In regards to why they would do this: I'm assuming they want to perhaps cultivate specifically Canadian animation students? Because financially it would make sense for them to just take in all international students so they can reap all those yummy inflated international tuition fees. I feel like it's kind of a sense of national pride going on, but I could easily be wrong (I'll look into this too). My mind kind of instantly compares this to how people are angry at the government because immigrants are "supposedly" taking a lot of our so called "Canadian jobs," so maybe it's a political thing. But again I have no real idea.

    I will try to find a more secure source in the mean time.

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    I don't think the 25 international students limit is true, at least not anymore. When I was applying last year I asked one of the admissions coordinators and he said that there is no limit, and being here I'm almost certain there at more than 25 internationals. I've heard a lot of conflicting information too but I wouldn't worry about it too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokoPoko View Post
    Hello again 2015 Sheridan Animation Hopefuls!

    Now that the in-person portfolio due dates are happening and everyone is completing their portfolios once and for all, I wanted to say a few closing remarks. First of all, congratulations to everyone who has put in the many many hours of hard work to prepare a portfolio for this years review. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Applying to a school such a Sheridan is not an easy task as many of you have most likely realized. And for some of you (myself included) this will be your second (or even third time) applying to the program. But whether this is your first, second or even third time applying, I wish you the best of luck and hope all of your efforts will be realized!

    The reality is, however, that there are only 125 seats in Sheridan's Bachelor of Animation program for students living in Canada, and only 25 seats reserved for international students making the grand total of 150 seats. I'm sure almost all of you are aware of this by now, but out of the 1000+ applicants, not many manage to snag a spot. But here's what I want everyone to know: whether you get into Sheridan or not does not determine your worth as an artist. You yourself make that decision. So even if the Sheridan gods do not shine upon you, know that it isn't the end of the world. We are still artists. And nothing can take that title away from us. We will continue making art that means something to us because that's all we know. We're artist's after all--we live to create. So in the words of Steve Jobs, "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish."

    And thanks so much to everyone who took the time to give their advice and post their works to this thread! Your contribution will literally be looked upon by future hopefuls in the many years to come. Now let's keep our heads held high as we eagerly await the results we've been dying to hear!
    Thanks for those amazing words of advice!! I've been so anxious and worried lately about Sheridan, but I'm starting to realise that it's not the end of the world if I don't get accepted. There's always next year!

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    It's definitely 125 for Canadian students, and 25 for international. Source: current fundies student who has heard it straight from the higher ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokoPoko View Post
    Hello again 2015 Sheridan Animation Hopefuls!

    Now that the in-person portfolio due dates are happening and everyone is completing their portfolios once and for all, I wanted to say a few closing remarks. First of all, congratulations to everyone who has put in the many many hours of hard work to prepare a portfolio for this years review. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Applying to a school such a Sheridan is not an easy task as many of you have most likely realized. And for some of you (myself included) this will be your second (or even third time) applying to the program. But whether this is your first, second or even third time applying, I wish you the best of luck and hope all of your efforts will be realized!

    The reality is, however, that there are only 125 seats in Sheridan's Bachelor of Animation program for students living in Canada, and only 25 seats reserved for international students making the grand total of 150 seats. I'm sure almost all of you are aware of this by now, but out of the 1000+ applicants, not many manage to snag a spot. But here's what I want everyone to know: whether you get into Sheridan or not does not determine your worth as an artist. You yourself make that decision. So even if the Sheridan gods do not shine upon you, know that it isn't the end of the world. We are still artists. And nothing can take that title away from us. We will continue making art that means something to us because that's all we know. We're artist's after all--we live to create. So in the words of Steve Jobs, "Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish."

    And thanks so much to everyone who took the time to give their advice and post their works to this thread! Your contribution will literally be looked upon by future hopefuls in the many years to come. Now let's keep our heads held high as we eagerly await the results we've been dying to hear!
    Well said! I wish everyone here the best of luck!

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    Hey guys! congrats on all of us finally having submitted our sheridan portfolios!
    Here's mine!:
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    Yoo hopefuls!!
    I have finally created a website for my portfolio.
    http://pradyrathod.webs.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by PradyumanRathod1 View Post
    Yoo hopefuls!!
    I have finally created a website for my portfolio.
    http://pradyrathod.webs.com/


    I LOVE IT! Your animals and lifedrawing was really good!

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    Oh hey there!
    I completely forgot about this forum until now, I used it the last 2 years, and I submitted my 3rd attempt portfolio on monday, Check it out if you want! and good luck to you all. And I can attest to pokopoko's wonderful closing message, If you for some reason don't get in, don't give up! I haven't and I won't!

    http://ballsnacks.blogspot.ca/2015/03/perferlier.html

    Also this is my tumblr... http://sarahelizaball.tumblr.com/

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    Amazing Life Drawing! I love your gestures!

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    done my portfolio for sheridan! check it out guys
    Click here

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryhe2 View Post
    done my portfolio for sheridan! check it out guys
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    Your life drawing is SUPER! I especially like the second one! Also, your storyboard has really good angles!

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    Your Life drawing is superb! i especially love the 2nd picture!

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